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By Homefield Multimedia
When it was published in 2008, the novel 'Pookoo' had plenty of profanity. It was a dark novel where Chicago was a sort of Hell. But somewhere along the way author Doug Shiloh rethought and took editorial scissors to his book. Here's why.

By Homefield Multimedia
It's definitely a golden age in publishing for author and audience alike, what with the advancements in technology such as e-books and mp3s. The success of a new audio mp3 short story has prompted the author of Pookoo to plan for an audio CD.

By Homefield Multimedia
The funny but sad tale of Chicago's lovable mascot, Lenny the Lobster, hits the Internet February 23rd at WordPlaySound.com, a new monthly magazine out of Chicago.

By Homefield Multimedia
Love mp3s? So do we. Love fiction? Pod casts and iTunes? You're in luck. Just in time for 2012 is a hot new Chicago-based web site, WordPlaySound.com. The latest issue of this monthly publication is out February 23rd, 2012.

By Homefield Multimedia
The first new short story published in a year by American writer Doug Shiloh makes its appearance in Canada's Zouch magazine in late January. To celebrate this fun piece of fiction, Shiloh will record an mp3 of the tale for his fans.

By Homefield Multimedia
By the looks of the video, this novel seems a natural to be a movie someday. At turns hilarious and dark, the first book trailer for the novel "Pookoo" by Doug Shiloh hits the web and the target is YouTube.

By Homefield Multimedia
The Canadian publication ZOUCH will publish a new Doug Shiloh short story in January titled "The Paparazzo."

By Homefield Multimedia
Merry Christmas? Not really. Happy New Year? You doubt it. Yes, sounds like you've got the holiday blues. You've heard too many Christmas tunes? Or maybe you need a new job. You need something for your holiday hangover. This novel might be the cure.

By Homefield Multimedia
Who doesn't like an organized web site? If you like deep stories with a tinge of the absurd, Doug Shiloh is the American author for you. Now the official Doug Shiloh web site was launched and is better than a Google search.

By Homefield Multimedia
American author Doug Shiloh is revamping his 2008 novel POOKOO with a revision and goodies. So that means his current Amazon bestseller will become a collectible. Read how you can get on the rare book train.

By Homefield Multimedia
Never mind that this satire cracked the Amazon Top 40 this week. Never mind that it's a story on our instant celebrity. Brewza.com called "Pookoo" a brilliantly written satirical look at our society's celebrity obsession."

By Homefield Multimedia
One disaster, a government shutdown, has been avoided this month. But here's one that won't be avoided: American author Doug Shiloh claims a "shocking" result, May 1, 2011. Is it the start of the Mayan 2012 prophecy?

By Homefield Multimedia
The writer who knew and worked for the Nagasaki co-pilot says recent disasters like earthquakes and tsunamis don't signal any end times. And he's skeptical of that Mayan prophecy for 2012.

By Homefield Multimedia
Like a tight rope walker in Buffalo, Doug Shiloh's novel POOKOO takes on this weeks' current news - from celebrity obsession to sports follies. This Twitter site shows how POOKOO catches the national mood. This week? Tom Brady is just one of them.

By Homefield Multimedia
Five weeks into meeting this Twitter challenge, the novel "Pookoo" by Doug Shiloh continues to defy the news. It pegged the Tiger Woods scandal 18 months before it happened. See what it might reveal next. The PDF e book is available for free.

By Homefield Multimedia
Writer Doug Shiloh has an updated web site for his new in-progress novel "Waiting for the End." Readers like you can learn about this new book and even sign the guest book of "Where were you when it happened?"

By Homefield Multimedia
Blackberry. iPhone. IPad. Windows PC. Mac. Droid. Now you can read books made for Amazon.com's hottest product, the Kindle. Just download the official free app from Amazon from the link in this article. Then grab some bestsellers while you're at it.

By Homefield Multimedia
Called "the 21st century novel that won't go away", POOKOO climbs back into Amazon.com's Top 10. After two full years of publication as a Kindle and paperback, it's now in the TRACK AND FIELD category and No. 29 in the "Philosophy/Religious" section.

By Homefield Multimedia
It's only week No. 1 on Twitter. But so far there have been six major news incidents found that have relevance to a 2008 novel. The book has an eerie hold on the pulse of today's news. Why is this book so on target to what's happening in the world?

By Homefield Multimedia
While conventional wisdom on the Internet says that a book can't do September 11th justice, Doug Shiloh wrestles the demons of 9-11. He begins our journey in the unlikeliest of places.

By Homefield Multimedia
By all rights, a novel published in 2008 should be on its last legs, as relevant as last month's Tweets. But POOKOO, a comic novel of celebrity, Chicago, sports, Yuppie culture and unemployment, continues to increase its fan base. Why?

By Homefield Multimedia
If you're out of work, who has money for fun stuff? This author knows because he was there, too. So as an act of faith that times will get better, Doug Shiloh is giving away a PDF copy of "Pookoo" to all unemployed adult workers in the United States.

By Homefield Multimedia
Why is there a lobster on the cover? What's Pookooian Theory? What happened with a near death experience? Over 2,000 fans have downloaded Doug Shiloh's novel POOKOO. Now the author i asking for questions from his fans for an upcoming DVD interview.

By Homefield Multimedia
The economy's tough. Companies are laying off or freezing hiring, while trying to stay afloat. How can a writer's four point list be of use to the employer-employee relationship? Read on.

By Homefield Multimedia
An old year and an old decade almost over. Grab the champagne and the noisemakers. Just one more thing: take this poll. It's the last poll you ever need to take this year; in fact, this decade. It'll take 10 seconds and you'll get a free novel.

By Homefield Multimedia
A novel about a rising sports star, who makes poor sexual choices, may turn into pre-requisite reading for future sports stars who may take a tumble in public. Keep reading to see what the shouting is all about.

By Homefield Multimedia
The author of the satire "Pookoo" goes serious, if not thirsty for change. Here's an open letter to the makers of Gatorade, as well as any other potential sponsors.

By Homefield Multimedia
A famous athlete, seemingly golden, finds a fall from grace with a sex scandal, and sees a public backlash. Today's headlines? Yes. Also part of a novel published in 2008, "Pookoo" by D.L. Shiloh gives readers a bumpy ride into celebrity's darkside.

By Homefield Multimedia
November 15th is National Pookoo Google Search Day. Search Google for 'Pookoo' and click on any D.L. Shiloh link. Then download his novel - as a way of saying thanks.

By Homefield Multimedia
It's more common than you think. Research shows that 8 million people claim to have had a near death experience. What do you think? Take this quick poll and get a free PDF copy of "Pookoo", which was started by its author's own true-life experience.

By Homefield Multimedia
Brewza.com called it "a brilliantly written satirical look at our society's celebrity obsession." It made the Amazon.com Kindle bestseller charts. Own it by just clicking on a few links November 15th, today - and get better web traffic.

By Homefield Multimedia
His new novel-in-progress has him 'walking the wire' and is a "quieter" direction than "Pookoo" is. See how D.L. Shiloh handles the mess of 9-11 in "Waiting for the End."

By Homefield Multimedia
Friends thought this American-born writer was insane or desperate to give away copies of his satire "Pookoo." But suddenly the once-upon-a-time shot putter and discus thrower started building a worldwide audience. He now has readers in 15 countries.

By Homefield Multimedia
Can reading help stimulate the economy, improve lifestyles and more? This author thinks so. See how D.L. Shiloh started up a cause on Facebook, which will benefit a Chicago literacy program.

By Homefield Multimedia
Web site? Check. Facebook? Yep. D.L. Shiloh celebrates 200 Tweets and he'll try to make the slice of life observations and doings worth your time. But making things relevant - from grocery store trips to work to cemetery stops is what he's all about.

By Homefield Multimedia
The watch word for 2010 is from an off-beat novel about a sports hero and a lobster mascot and the woman loved by both. But what just what does "Pookoo" mean?

By Homefield Multimedia
Halfway through "Pookoo" is a strange and raucous Halloween party scene that is one of the key chapters. But be warned, this book treat is not suitable for kids.

By Homefield Multimedia
National Pookoo Google search day - get traffic for your web site

By Homefield Multimedia
The word-of-mouth campaign for the Pookoo Movement is energized by the National Pookoo Google Search Day. What's in it for you? A free e-book of this American satire - and traffic to your own web site.

By Homefield Multimedia
Rio won the bid to host the 2016 Olympics. Chicago loses out, but gains something because Lenny the Lobster is slated to make a return. Will it be triumphant for the mascot on the cover of the satire "Pookoo"?

By Homefield Multimedia
His first novel had suicide, arson, heartbreak and more. But D.L. Shiloh insists that his next novel - a book with 9-11 at its soul - is more upbeat. Read how.

By Homefield Multimedia
Michigan Avenue, Lake Michigan, ride the famed "L" subway...See Chicago in 2010 in a new way - with the author of "Pookoo."

By Homefield Multimedia
If Chicago had won the Olympic bid for being the 2016 host city, satirist D.L. Shiloh promised a new Lenny the Lobster short story for free download. If misery loves company, read on about this sad situation. You'll even learn how to get a free book.

By Homefield Multimedia
Chicago is vying to be the host city in 2016. The author of a satire set in Chicago says Lenny the Lobster will re-emerge from exile. The Red One may even have a few tricks up his sleeve for a world that needs some laughs right about now.

By Homefield Multimedia
Writer D.L. Shiloh used a mix to let readers listen to tunes mentioned in his novel "Pookoo." Read how the Death of the Novel might be exaggerated.

By Homefield Multimedia
The satire "Pookoo" came out of a time when the author was unemployed as a proofreader and divorced in the same month. Know what that's like? Take the Pookoo journey with this free e book novel (that's right) of it. Readers in 15 countries have.

By Homefield Multimedia
A new web site dedicated to a 9-11 novel does more than offer readers an insider's look into the making of D.L. Shiloh's new novel-in-progress. Now readers can share their memories of "where were you when it happened."

By Homefield Multimedia
It's almost part of the normal career: a talented athlete who becomes the apple of the public eye then has a fall. Think Michael Phelps. Think Michael Vick. The continuing saga of American sports is told in a satire called "Pookoo."

By Homefield Multimedia
It's been a point of controversy since the invention of the movie camera - what's better, the movie or the book version? It's a point this novelist keeps in mind.

By Homefield Multimedia
D.L. Shiloh says his new novel is a departure from "Pookoo", his satire of celebrity culture obsession. He's even on track to blowing away his 17 year mark of finishing the last book.



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